Rock Tidbits


The Who guitarist and songwriter Pete Townshend has announced plans for an extensive 14-CD box set called, Pete Townshend Live In Concert 1985-2001. The set, which will also be available digitally, includes seven out-of-print live albums from Townshend, with audio remastered by Jon Astley. The box set also includes a new interview with Townshend, exclusive photos and memorabilia, updated artwork by Richard Evans, and sleeve notes by band archivist Matt Kent bound together in a hard-backed book. (Blabbermouth)

Las Vegas rock band Falling In Reverse have teamed up with breakout country star Jelly Roll on their countrified new jam, “All My Life.” The tune is set to be featured on Falling In Reverse’s highly anticipated new album, Popular Monster, which is due out on August 16. The band also released a western-themed music video for “All My Life,” which features frontman Ronnie Radke on horseback, along with cameos from Jelly Roll and his wife Bunnie XO, wrestler Saraya, and Bad Religion’s Brett Gurewitz. (Loudwire)

Skid Row have revealed plans for their first ever live album and concert film, titled Live In London. The live collection – which is due out on September 20 on CD/DVD, 2LP vinyl, and digital formats –  captures the band’s performance at the 02 Forum Kentish Town from October 24, 2022. Live In London is Skid Row’s final release with Swedish singer Erik Grönwall, who had to leave the band three months ago to focus on his health following a long battle with leukemia. (Blabbermouth)